Telepathy, Is it a Myth or Fact?


Telepathy PictureTelepathy means the ability to communicate with people who are in a far away distance without using the physical senses or other scientific communication tool. Does telepathy really exist?

Today, in television there are more and more magician who use their telepathic ability to read minds of others. The audience were made fascinated with the telepathic skills.

The word telepathy comes from the Greek word ‘Tele’ which means far or distance, and ‘pathy’ is derived from the word ‘Pathé’ which means feelings. The term was created in 1882 by a French psychic researcher, Fredric WH Myers, founder of the American Society for Psychical Research (ASPR).

In the world of metaphysics, such capabilities are classified into the ESP or Extra Sensory Perception. The concept is the process of low-frequency electromagnetic waves between one mind with another.

When the electromagnetic wave successfully transmits signals from a brain that has been focused, then the person who has received the signal means they have the same frequency with the person who sends the signal (the person doing telepathy).

Folk tales from around the world is full of examples of telepathy, which exist not only between different species, but even among the elements of nature and species.

According to Psychic, rationalist psychologists like Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and William James testify to the accuracy of the phenomenon of telepathic communication. They believe telepathy really exists.

Some experiments and research on mental telepathy conducted scientists from various disciplines also prove telepathy exists.

1. American Society for Psychical Research (ASPR), which was founded in 1885, made a serious study about this psychic phenomenon. Experiments in mental telepathy conducted in a public scale in the United States and England after World War 1. The conclusion proves the existence of telepathic communication.

2. In the 19th century, English chemist and physicist William Crookes, believe that telepathy act like one of electromagnetic waves, or radio waves.

3. Psychologist John E. Coover from Stanford University conducted tests on telepathy with playing cards. The success rate of participants are quite well.

4. JBRhine from Duke University also conducted experiments in mental telepathy between 1927-1930 by using Karl Zener ESP cards and involving participants. He uses sophisticated statistical tools to evaluate results, and the results have been published in a book called Extra Sensory Perception (ESP). This is what made the ESP term became popular.

5. Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, the Apollo 14 mission crew member, in 1971, also experimented telepathy with four person 150.000 miles from earth. The surprise was two communicators responded with a 51 percent successful rate.

The most obvious example is the telepathy between mothers and children. Mothers are always able to understand the feelings and thoughts of their child, although they are separated by vast distances. In addition, there are also mental and telepathic bond between twins.